National Association of Black Journalists

The organization has placed the network on a “special media monitoring list” to perform research and analysis of CNN’s diversity, inclusion and equity practices.
“This is the biggest accomplishment of my career.”
The former Trump aide insists she stuck with, defended and attacked on behalf of the president for the sake of her community.
No one seemed pleased to have the reality TV star-turned-Trump aide at this year's gathering of black journalists.
MSNBC news executive Yvette Miley, left, with mother Edna Whitaker, former First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack
Tamron Hall will reportedly be replaced by Megyn Kelly, who has "a well-documented history of offensive remarks."
I thank you for leaving a blueprint and legacy that we all can follow proudly on the importance of work ethic, setting goals, how to be a great journalist and more importantly how to be a great human being.
The National Association of Black Journalists is grappling with a massive shortfall -- and none of its leaders will talk about it.